Lyst, the online fashion marketplace, has partnered up with PayPal rival Klarna to streamline its mobile ecommerce payments.
Mothercare reported growth online in its first quarter trading update, with UK online sales up 6.4 per cent, despite an overall slowdown in growth.
Superdry parent company Supergroup reported full year results to 30 April 2016, with revenue up 21.3 per cent to £590.1 million and ecommerce responsible 23.1 per cent of that.
DPD has launched an innovative service with ASOS, allowing the online fashion retailer’s customers to choose exactly when they would want their parcels to be delivered.
The streets of London will soon be home to a fleet of delivery robots, as Starship Technologies extends its trial with London food delivery services.
British Corner Shop, which describes itself as the online supermarket for expats, is to partner with Waitrose. The retailer is now the first supermarket to sell own-label products through the British Corner Shop website.
Superdrug parent company, A S Watson, has reported online sales up by more than 50 per cent in a year which saw a 62 per cent increase in profits.
This year, Amazon Prime Day 2016 falls on the 12th of July, with more than 100,000 deals available exclusively to Prime Members on the day, July 12. However, Amazon is also doing what it does with Black Friday and Cyber Monday – running a week of deals. The deals week starts on the 5th of July.
Dixons Carphone chief executive has said the company expects to find “opportunities for additional growth” in the wake of Brexit as it announced a 17 per cent increase in profits.
Despite reporting an increase in profit, shares in Carpetright fell 16 per cent after the retailer warned Brexit could hit consumer confidence and exacerbate the already ‘more challenging’ trading conditions at the start of the year.
Tesco released its latest trading statement admitting that online sales growth had slowed in the first quarter of its financial year, compared to the same time last year. Like for like sales however continued to grow.
Menswear etailer The Idle Man has secured a further £1.4 million in funding and plans to use the money to accelerate its growth.